Structured Cabling​ & Accessories

Structured Cabling

Structured cabling is defined as building or campus telecommunications cabling infrastructure. Typically, it consists of a number of standardized smaller elements. In a structured cabling system, there is a structure created by a series of patch panels and trunks.

Cable Management System

Cable management is an essential part of the daily work of an electrician or panel builder. With efficient cable management products you can make cables “invisible“, reduce risk of injury and save space at the same time.

Server Cabinets

Wall Mounted Server Rack Cabinet is perfect for safely mounting routers, switches, media converters, and other networking equipment. Features a sturdy steel design and a vented tempered glass door to keep your equipment safe and cool. Suited for server rooms, wiring closets, manufacturing areas, warehouses, or anywhere where networking equipment needs to be protected.

Tools & Accessories

Structured cabling tools everyone in the industry should be using are:

  1. Cable Pathways: It typically is made up of shafts, conduits, raceways, and floor penetrations including sleeves or slots) for facilitating cable routing space.
  2. The Cables: Optical fiber, coaxial copper, twisted-pair copper, or other combinations.
  3. Connecting Hardware: Patch panels, connecting blocks, cross-connections, interconnections, or combination of other components
  4. Cabling Connectors: These are used to interface cables with equipment or two cables. Actually a connector provides a coupling mechanism to reduce losses and keep them at acceptable levels. Connectors used in optic fiber cables facilitate the transfer of light impulses from on to another.
  5. Other Support Facilities: This includes support hardware for cables, grounding and fire stopping hardware.

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